The Game Claps Back at Meek Mill in Rap Song, Calls Him ‘Nicki Minaj Sideshow’

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Meek Mill Calls The Game a Gay Ex-Stripper on Diss Track Laced With Homophobic Slurs
Meek Mill just dropped his diss track response to The Game, and his theme is clear.

And the feud continues…

A day after Meek Millreleased a track — a remix of Young M.A‘s “Ooouuu” – in which Mill disses The Game, the rapper debuted his own rap, “Pest Control,” on Tuesday (Sept. 20, 2016), which fires back at Mill.

Here are some of the NSFW lyrics:

– “Welcome to the West, and this ain’t The Life of Pablo / Stay on that bulls**t, it’s gon’ start to feel like Chicago / Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow.” Minaj and Mill went on tour together last year and have been pretty steady (and Instagram happy) since then.

– “You jumped Quentin Miller, and now you don’t scrap / It was time to go at Drizzy, and now you don’t rap / Ask your bitch, she know I ‘Beez in the Trap’ / You gotta move out of L.A. / I put them B’s on your back.”

This references Mill’s longtime feuds with Drake and Quentin Miller (Drake’s alleged ghostwriter).

The feud between the two rappers began earlier this month, when, according to Us Weekly, The Game claimed Mill accused him of being involved n Sean Kingston’s June jewelry robbery. Mill denied the allegations, and between the two, they’ve released three new tracks to clap back at each other.

In other The Game news, the rapper was recently asked about how many Kardashian women he has slept with.